Jose Mourinho linked with shock Premier League return with London club tipped to sign ex-Roma coach

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Jose Mourinho linked with shock Premier League return with London club tipped to sign ex-Roma coach

Ayoola Kelechi 23:32 - 13.04.2024

The Special One could be set for another crack at the Premier League in the summer

Months after his departure from Roma, Jose Mourinho's name is once again making headlines in the football world as speculation mounts about a potential return to the Premier League, this time with West Ham United.

Roma Dismissal

The 61-year-old Portuguese coach found himself out of a job in January following his dismissal from Roma.

Mourinho's tenure with the Giallorossi came to an abrupt end after a string of disappointing results, culminating in a 3-1 defeat to Milan that left the team languishing in ninth place in the Serie A table.

Mourinho tipped for new adventure with West Ham

Despite his abrupt departure from Roma, Mourinho has remained determined to make a comeback in the world of football. He has made it clear that he intends to return to coaching in the summer, eager to embark on a new club and project that will showcase his managerial prowess.

According to reports from TeamTalk, Mourinho has emerged as a potential candidate for the managerial position at West Ham United. With David Moyes' contract set to expire in the summer, there are growing doubts about his future at the London club, paving the way for Mourinho to potentially step in.

Mourinho’s stellar career

Mourinho boasts a wealth of experience in the Premier League, having previously managed Chelsea, Manchester United, and Tottenham Hotspur. His track record in England's top flight speaks for itself, making him a familiar and respected figure among English football fans.

Despite his challenges at Roma, Mourinho showcased his managerial abilities on the European stage, demonstrating his knack for achieving success with limited resources. West Ham, fresh off their Europa Conference League victory, may see Mourinho's experience and expertise as a valuable asset for the club's future ambitions.

If Mourinho does make a return to the Premier League with West Ham, it would mark a homecoming of sorts for the seasoned coach. Having previously enjoyed success in London with Chelsea and Tottenham, Mourinho could be poised for another chapter in his storied managerial career in the English capital.

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